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Namibia, Africa is best known by tourists for Etosha National Park, which covers more than 20,000 square kilometers and is home to lions, rhinos, elephants, giraffes and zebras, but for two-wheeled and winged visitors, the country’s diverse landscape is the primary attraction.


In an ongoing quest to unearth and explore new terrain, German brothers Andi and Michi Tillmann of Moment Pictures together with Kyle Jameson, traversed the length and breadth of the “Land of the Brave” in search of untouched mountain-bike lines.

MTB in Namibia, Africa with Andi Tillmann, Kyle Jameson and Michi Tillmann

From the oasis known as Goanikontes in the Naukluft desert, that drew comparisons to the infamous Utah desert in the USA, to the almost unrideable sand dunes of the skeleton coast, the crew embarked on a hunt for a new frontier in mountain biking and uncovered some epic new terrain.


For those in search of a less bumpy ride, Namibia also offers some unique flying opportunities as paraglider Guillaume Broust discovered on his first visit there.